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How To Trade It: Talking to the world's most successful traders.

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Transform yourself into a successful trader with Casey Stubbs' How To Trade It podcast! Get inspired by real people who've overcome their own trading failures and are now sharing their wisdom and actionable tips to help you succeed. Listen to each episode and embark on a journey to enlightenment beyond education. Take your trading to the next level and join us now! Contact us at and visit our site at for more information and to start your journey towards successful trading today!
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Introduction (0:00 - 2:30)Introduce the topic of paying yourself first and its importanceProvide some background information on the concept and its historyThe benefits of paying yourself first (2:30 - 12:45)Explain how paying yourself first can help with financial stability and security (2:30 - 4:00)Discuss how it can lead to increased savings and investment opportunities (4:00 - 6:00)Detail how it can help with long-term financial goals such as retirement (6:00 - 8:00)Describe how it can improve mental and emotional well-being (8:00 - 12:45)Implementing the strategy (12:45 - 23:00)Offer practical advice on how to start paying yourself first (12:45 - 14:15)Discuss ways to automate the process and make it a habit (14:15 - 16:00)Address common challenges and obstacles that people may encounter when trying to pay themselves first (16:00 - 23:00)Conclusion (23:00 - 25:30)Summarize the benefits of paying yourself firstEncourage listeners to start implementing the strategy in their own livesCall to action:Provide resources such as websites or books for listeners to learn more about paying themselves first:"Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki -"The Richest Man in Babylon" by George S. Clason - - 24:30)Remind listeners to tune in next week for more financial tips and advice. (24:30 - 25:30)Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Dapo Willis is a serial entrepreneur and Managing Partner of Western Sahara Worldwide Services, a holding company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The company has subsidiaries in various industries such as investment management, agro services and e-commerce.Willis began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 17, shortly after graduating from high school. He has built a reputation for providing value to the marketplace and has generated over $50 million in revenue for his organization, partners, and associates. He is a highly skilled financial analyst and public speaker with a large social media following, with over 100,000 people under his influence on platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.In this episode of How To Trade It, Dapo and Casey discuss the best way to trade Forex with a “zoomed out” approach to the markets.  You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade It You’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Dapo Willis discuss… [08:02] “I blew my inheritance!”[10:46] Technical analysis[21:41] Finding a mentor changed everything[30:21] Predicting the BIG moves[41:28] “I’ve come a very, very long way…”From the top downTop-down technical analysis is a method of analyzing financial markets by starting with a broad view of the market, such as a monthly chart, and then drilling down to shorter time frames, such as weekly and daily charts. This approach allows traders to identify larger trends and patterns in the market, which can then be used to inform trades on shorter time frames. By starting with a monthly chart, traders can identify long-term trends and patterns that may not be visible on shorter time frames. Life after trading?While trading has been great and unbelievably profitable, Dapo considers himself more of a businessman than a trader.  He was recently offered a job with a Middle Eastern hedge fund where he would be managing half a billion dollars.  The verdict is still out on whether or not he’s going to accept that position.  After taking some time off from trading at the beginning 2023, Dapo will continue to pursue his e-commerce and agro businesses.  He’s been using the funds acquired over his decade of trading to build farms back in Nigeria.  Dapo’s also getting into exporting things like fruit, sesame seeds and ginger.  He believes it’s important to diversify as much as possible by having numerous revenue streams. Willis is creatively finding ways to have his money work for him, so that he can retire from full time trading in his early 30s. Resources & People Mentioned BloombergBabyPipsCanary WharfWarren BuffetForex Mastery Program  Connect with Dapo Willis YouTube:   Twitter:         Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Justin  D. Hertzberg, Esq., is well known for his involvement with Forest Park FX, a leading financial services firm in the FX Trading industry. He serves as the company's General Counsel, providing legal guidance and support on a wide range of issues related to the FX market and the firm's operations. He is responsible for overseeing all legal matters for the company, including regulatory compliance, contract negotiations, and dispute resolution. His knowledge and experience in technology and FX markets makes him a valuable asset to Forest Park FX, and he is recognized for his ability to bridge the gap between legal and technical teams and helping the company to stay competitive in the industry. His focus on innovative solutions and his ability to stay ahead of industry trends makes him an essential part of Forest Park FX's leadership team.In addition to his professional accomplishments, Justin D. Hertzberg, is also known for his personal interests and hobbies. He is an avid runner and regularly participates in marathons and other long-distance races. He is a dedicated traveler, and enjoys exploring new cultures and countries. In his free time, he enjoys reading, especially books on history, and spending time with his family. Justin is involved in philanthropic causes and is known for his dedication to giving back to the community. He is actively involved in various charitable organizations, and is a strong advocate for education and children's welfare. Justin's dedication to his clients, community and personal passions makes him a well-rounded individual.In this episode of How To Trade It, Justin and Casey dig deep into the world of trading and the drawbacks and benefits of different markets. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Justin Hertzberg discuss…[00:53] Software development[07:15] Trading-contest gateway[12:14] Retail vs. Non-retail trading[18:56] Institutional traders[25:33] Liquidity: Where’s it coming from?[29:55] Risks with MT4/MT5?[42:53] Prop tradingCFDs The growth and prevalence of CFDs (Contract For Difference), outside of the U.S., has been tremendous.  CFDs are basically off-exchange equivalents of on-exchange assets.  That could be anything from gold to indices to individual stocks to various commodities. Typically, part of the appeal is that you can trade CFD products with more leverage than you would get with on-exchange trading. Another benefit is that you can trade those products within the same trading account as Forex. So, you have your money working for you in one concentrated place. Resources & People Mentioned Interested in Prop Trading? - Come trade with us!How To “Easily” Pass a Prop Firm Test - 6 lessons to help you on your journey Connect with Justin Hertzberg Website:   www.forestparkfx.comSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Brent Kochuba is the Founder of SpotGamma, a financial insights company, which applies its proprietary methodology toward modeling index and equity options and then provides unique content to its subscribers. SpotGamma has thousands of members and has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Markets. At SpotGamma, Brent oversees all of the product development and creative content.Previously, Brent was a portfolio manager with Seven North Capital Management where he focused on creating options-based investment strategies. Prior to that, he spent time as a derivatives broker at Wolverine Execution, Credit Suisse, and Bank of America. Brent  lives with his wife and children in Easton, Connecticut.  He holds a B.S. in Emerging Technologies from the University of Connecticut.In this episode of How To Trade It, Brent unpacks the relationship between Options and the Stock Market. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade It You’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Brent Kochuba discuss… [01:18] SpotGamma - analyzing the S&P500 and NASDAQ[03:04] Market Makers[06:47] Options expiration[10:17] Meme mania[14:45] Applying the data[20:23] Categories to watch[22:02] Daily Note[25:57] Summary of key points[28:48] Skew[31:07] A hidden danger for investorsMarket MakersThe Market Makers' whole job is to post bids and offers on the exchanges for both stocks and options. They are not a bank, nor a hedge fund.  Market Makers electronically send out and have orders resting on all of the exchanges, at all times.  Odds are, when you place an order in your eTrade or Robinhood account, you are actually buying or selling from one of the Market Makers. They are the primary liquidity providers in our market.  Citadel claims to have about 40-45% of the total option volume out there.   Resources & People Mentioned How to Trade It listeners can get TWO FREE WEEKS of any level of SpotGamma Subscription by using coupon code HTTI50 Connect with Brent Kochuba Website:     http://www.spotgamma.comYouTube: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Ran Aroussi is the founder and CEO of Tradologics - the world's first cloud platform for trading.Ran Aroussi is an autodidact computer programmer turned algorithmic trader. He first began programming after getting an IBM PC as a Bar-Mitzvah present. In 1995, he started a web development firm, which, as the online landscape evolved, transformed into a technology & marketing company.In 2009, Ran led a multi-million-dollar product launch for MyAdWise (later renamed to Intango), which led him to the AdTech industry, where he developed models for both the Buy and Sell sides of online media Exchanges.In 2013, Ran turned to trading and hasn't looked back since. Given his background, his approach to trading is systematic, and his strategies are rule-based and fully automated. To this day, Ran considers himself as much a technologist as a trader, and he uses a common-sense approach to develop automated trading strategies for Futures, Equities, and Cash markets.As an avid open-source supporter and contributor, Ran released a number of popular open-source projects for algorithmic trading and analysis, which now have more than 500,000 installs every month, and are available on his Github page.In 2020, Ran founded Tradologics, a cloud platform that helps traders, investors, and firms develop, test, run, and scale their programmatic trading strategies in the cloud – without worrying about broker connectivity, data management, infrastructure, or any of that other boring stuff.In this episode of How To Trade It, Ran and Casey discuss the importance of automating your trading to eliminate frustration and wasted time in front of a screen. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Ran Aroussi discuss…[04:05] Coding skills[05:59] Getting automated[12:12] Becoming profitable[14:00] Thinking in a different way[16:37] AI defined[19:11] Machine learning[22:02] Trading…a zero sum game[32:54] Supporting 9 different coding languagesResources & People MentionedAlgorithmic Trading & Analysis at GibhubConnect with Ran AroussiWebsite: Twitter:    The Rich Somers ReportWant to build wealth through real estate investing? Give this new podcast a listen!Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Kasey Ingram was an unusual kid, who never gave the “I want to be a police officer or firefighter, when I grow up” answer.  Instead, Kasey wanted to be a stockbroker. Even as a young child, he preferred to look at stock graphs in the newspaper, over the cartoon section.Kasey opened an IRA account through his bank, at the age of 15 or so, but was shocked at the $5 trading fees, when he had very little to invest in the first place. Eventually, the Robinhood app became available, and access to free trades caused a huge shift. He used the proceeds from trading stocks to fund his first real estate purchase of a 3 bed, 2 bath home in Portland, Oregon, at the age of 22.  Kasey rented out two of the rooms to help cover the mortgage. He then bought his second house, only 11 months later, and rented out two or three rooms again, while renting the first home completely. In this episode of How To Trade It, Kasey and Casey discuss practical and simple principles that will bring financial freedom within reach.  You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in... [01:17] Learning to be responsible[07:11] Making trading an investment instead of a job[15:47] Investing in yourself[22:45] Pleasure vs. delayed gratification[27:56] Pursuing a mentorThe Cashflow QuadrantIf you are interested in achieving financial freedom, The CASHFLOW Quadrant is a must-read.  The simple graphic upon which this book is based, represents four different methods of revenue generation.  Each of these different methods comes with its own unique technical skill set, educational path, and personality for which it is best suited.  Consistency & disciplineIf you want financial freedom and to live as a financially responsible adult, you must embrace the ideas of consistency and discipline.  If you don’t, the result is irresponsible spending, debt, and poor financial practices that can quickly spiral out of control.  It won’t matter, if you make a million dollars, if you don’t have the discipline to spend that money wisely.   Resources & People Mentioned Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiRich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant by Robert T. KiyosakiMint (budget tracker/planner)Bitcoin & Finance 101 with Natalie Brunell (podcast episode)Graham StephanAndre Jikh Connect with KasSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Zoë Barry is a serial entrepreneur, Mentor in Residence with Techstars, and angel investor.  Currently, Zoë is the Founder and CEO of Zingeroo, her second venture-backed tech startup. Zingeroo makes stock trading competitive, social, and educational and has raised $11.5M to date. The Zingeroo trading app is available for download in the iOS store.Zoë began her career on Wall Street, working for the hedge fund Dawson Capital. She was inspired to found her first company in 2012, ZappRx, when a family member was diagnosed with a severe condition that required specialized therapy. ZappRx was best described as the “Amazon Prime for $100K/year specialty medication.” As a sole- founder, Barry raised over $42M for ZappRx, before the company was acquired by Allscripts, in June of 2019.When she isn’t busy building her company, Zoë enjoys mentoring first-time founders. She has invested in over 20 startups to-date. Zoë was named as one of Inc. Magazine’s 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30, in 2015; Boston Business Journal’s 40 under 40, in 2015; and Medtech Boston’s 40 under 40 Healthcare Innovators, in 2016. In her “spare time”, Zoë is an amateur race car driver and avid skier.In this episode of How To Trade It, Zoe talks about the switch to more transparent trading for the sake of sharing data with other traders. You don’t want to miss it!Zoe's introduction. 0:12How does Zingaroo bring data to retail traders? 2:05Is it common for investors to talk about their wins and losses? 6:28What types of instruments are able to be traded on the platform? 10:30What other resources and benefits do you offer for traders? 12:04Retail investors don’t have their finger on the pulse. 13:48What’s the biggest problem with the current market. 18:00How did you get started with your platform? 20:50Why it’s a great time to be launching a platform. 24:50Resources & People MentionedQuiver QuantitativeSpotGammaConnect with Zoe BarryWebsite: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Jonah Lupton is a prolific entrepreneur who is known for his various start-up companies, including Lupton Capital. He has gained particular renown for beginning Lupton Media, SoundGuard, and Nutraspire. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Jonah earned his Bachelor's of Science degree in business Management from Salve Regina University in 2002. He began his professional career working in finance, before resigning to pursue entrepreneurship in 2011. In 2012, he became an early investor in Following the website's relaunch in 2015, he became the CEO. In this episode of How To Trade It, Jonah and Casey talk about how to find stocks that will perform well in terrible market conditions. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Jonah discuss…[01:33] His daily routine[03:47] Biggest position right now[13:59] Trimming positions[21:31] His focus for 2023[35:29] Getting connectedCELSIUS Jonah is adamant about researching the companies of the stocks he invests in.  Since his biggest position right now is Celsius Holdings, Inc. (CELH on Nasdaq), Jonah knows a thing or two about their proprietary, flagship brand CELSIUS.  He’s a big fan actually.  This revolutionary fitness drink comes in several delicious sparkling and non-carbonated flavors, and in powder stick packets that you can add to water.  Unlike many of its primary, energy drink competitors, CELSIUS has no preservatives, no aspartame, no high fructose corn syrup, is non-GMO, with no artificial flavors or colors, and no added sodium.  It’s kosher and vegan certified, soy, gluten, and sugar free too.   If you haven’t tried them yet, grab yourself some CELSIUS today!  The two biggest sectorsMedical Technology and Energy have been the two biggest sectors that I’ve been trading in recent years. I’ve reduced my energy involvement in the last four or five months because I think it has topped out for now.  However, my portfolio is about 25% Med Tech at this point.  It’s very heavy because I think Healthcare and Med Tech are both good, at least through the end of this year and early into the next.  They give you an offense and a defense. Medical devices, procedures, and surgeries are going to continue to happen, regardless of what the FED is doing, where inflation is, or what the economy as a whole looks like. These companies should typically perform well in any economic cycle.      Resources & People MentionedSubstackStocktwitsSeeking AlphaCELSIUS fitness drinksConnect with Jonah LuptonWebsite:     Lupton CapitalYouTube:    Lupton Capital YouTube ChannelTwitter:   Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
 Sunny J. Harris has been trading since 1981. She is a computer programmer and Mathematician, having used TradeStation since the early SystemWriter™ and SuperCharts™ days in the 1980s. Besides TradeStation, Sunny has also used MetaStock, Genesis Navigator, NinjaTrader, TC2000, VantagePoint and MultiCharts (and more) in her own trading. Sunny is the CEO of Sunny Harris Enterprises, and a full-time trader who also published Traders' Catalog & Resource Guide (TC&RG) magazine for 8 years, beginning in 1993. She has sponsored The Money Mentor (since 1995), and was rated the #1 trader in the “under $10 million category” by Stark Research, 2 years in a row, achieving 365% and 178% profits!  In this episode of How To Trade It, Sunny and Casey discuss practical steps to learning to trade well and the usefulness of the SunnyBands Indicator in finding success. You don’t want to miss it!You’ll want to listen to this episode, if you are interested in hearing Sunny Harris discuss…[00:46] How she got started[04:32] Programming on punch cards with 0s and 1s[05:53] The Market crash of ‘87[09:35] Strictly technical[11:30] Indicators give you "whip saw"[13:18] Keys to success[15:43] SunnyBands Indicator[18:35] Getting out of a trade[20:34] Free training with IndicatorsFinding SuccessSimply put, Sunny says that traders need to settle down and come up with a strategy they can prove works, by back-testing. The people who don’t want to do the backtesting don’t really want to know the answer. Once you have a system that you trust, you trade it. It’s that simple. There is only one reason to trade and that is to make money. You aren’t trading for excitement.  Losing trades always generate more excitement than winning trades.  Unfortunately, that’s not the kind of excitement that traders want or need.  It takes approximately three years to truly find trading success.  Most people don’t make it because they think that they are going to start trading and will make a ton of money right away.  Chances are good that won’t happen.  It takes time and effort.   Resources & People Mentioned TradeStation Books by Sunny J. HarrisForex Factory (news/events)Larry WilliamsJake BernsteinSunnyBands Indicator - 20% off for podcast listeners! Connect with Sunny Harris Website:      Facebook:              Sunny@MoneyMentor.comSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Eddie Z is a full-time day trader and total computer geek. As you may already know, the link between advances in technology and Wall Street is pretty amazing. In fact, many innovations over the last years were created for the necessity of knowing price information and processing transactions. Eddie is the creator and CEO of EZ Trading Computers which he started after realizing the ridiculous amount some computer builders were charging for trading technology.  What started off as a lifelong hobby and passion for computers, has now turned into a mission. In this episode of How To Trade It, Eddie Z and Casey discuss the importance of optimizing your trading computer specifications, so that you don’t lose out on trade opportunities. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[13:13] ‘Delays” can cost a fortune[17:35] The benchmark[21:02] “Slippage”[40:26] Buyers Guide!Big Tech Trading MistakesThe single biggest mistake that traders are making when it comes to technology is not understanding how much data is actually coming through their internet connection. If you are running any of the other major trading platforms, along with a handful of symbols, you have tons of streaming data coming in when the markets open.  If your computer isn’t up to speed, it can’t keep up, the information gets bottlenecked and will cause a slight delay.  That fraction of a second delay, however, can end up costing you big time. Delays, delaysEven small delays can throw off your trading methodology, especially if you are doing any kind of program trading. If you continually get a different price than you think you are buying at because of timing delays, you are going to get triggered. Your fight or flight response kicks in and you get mad. We all know that those negative emotions lead to things like revenge trading and other stupid decisions which will never work in your favor. Processors matterThe processor is the “engine” of your computer. It’s the driving force. As a trader, you really need a muscle car engine to take care of the waterfall of data coming in through your broadband. Loading all of those charts takes power. And, each indicator is essentially a little computer program algorithm running on every symbol, possibly at multiple time frames. Your computer is busy, and it needs the processing power to keep up with the demands of trading.         Resources & People MentionedThe Complete Guide to Trading ComputersDiscover your computer’s BENCHMARK score now!Connect with Eddie ZWebsite: YouTube: Facebook: Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Patrick Reid is a currency expert with over 15 years experience in trading FX and propriety desks. He has accepted a role as Visiting Lecturer at The University of Cambridge and is Co-Founder of The Adamis Principle which mentors traders at all levels. This outreach to less fortunate young people is a top priority for Patrick. His passion to nurture and find talent in young people has led him to partner with The Youth Group and Jack Parsons, the UK’s chief youth officer. In this episode of How To Trade It, Patrick discusses the qualities he’s looking for in a good mentee, and the importance of focusing on things other than the amount of money you want to make. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out, to get started today!You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[04:51] The trading desk made me cry[07:11]  “Must try harder!”[11:17] Don’t look at your P&L[16:13] A great place to be[18:24] Qualities of a good mentee[29:41] Entering & exiting [32:19] Fade[39:28] Building your data bank[41:07] Macro strategyThe Trading Desk Made Me CryAfter 15 years with the BBC, at the age of 39, I quit my job and began an apprenticeship at a trading desk.  I was basically thrown into the deep end.  The first two weeks were brutal, and yes, at one point, I found myself in a restroom stall CRYING! For a moment, I wondered if I had made the biggest mistake of my life.  Then, I pulled myself together and got right back to it.  The first three months were just survival while I was learning about economics and price action. Eventually, I found success.  So I know what it takes to get started, how to persevere when it’s difficult, and also how to push others to learn the same things.  Adamis PrincipleAt Adamis Principle, we mentor traders of all levels, but we are sure to vet them first.  While that may sound a little crazy, it’s important that the people seeking our help are good candidates that will be able to digest what we are teaching.  In order for people to be successful, we believe they must have the right trading DNA, so to speak.  Resources & People MentionedBloombergReutersBest data sources in the US:BLSBEAConnect with Patrick ReidWebsite:       Facebook: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Jeff Bishop is a professional Trader and Founder of and Weekly Money Multiplier, which are both financial education and trading websites dedicated to helping other professionals achieve success in trading. He brings nearly 20 years of professional experience, and has become known as a leader in the industry. While Jeff has experience working in nearly every form of trading, he specializes in options trading. In addition to his success in professional trading and education, Jeff is also a member of the elite MENSA community, which is known as the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world.  In this episode of How To Trade It, Jeff & Casey discuss the benefits of selling options, even when the markets are seemingly out of control.  You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out, to get started today!You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[04:06] Learning to trade successfully[07:29] A tough year to trade[10:02] Volatility in the market[17:12] Bullish on Gold?[20:33] CryptocurrencyLearning to trade successfullyThe first thing I had to learn, in order to become a successful trader, was how to respect the Stop-Loss. Every trader is going to see losses. No one is successful 100% of the time. One day, when you realize that losses are a big part of trading, you will finally learn how to plan for those losses early…you plan where your “Stop” is going to be, before you even take a trade.  When you learn to do this, it’s very freeing, and you gain a level of comfort when you know you aren’t in over your head in trades. GOLD I own gold for the long term.  I have physical gold.  I’ll always own gold.  I’m a big believer in having it as an asset.  This is probably a great time to buy too, as it is closely linked to the dollar. Right now the dollar is very extended against the Euro and other currencies.  When the dollar pulls back and other currencies strengthen, gold will rally again.  CryptocurrencyI don’t actually hold any because for me the verdict is still out. I do, however, think that crypto is here to stay and will be a big part of our lives in a few years down the road.  Our best bet would probably be dollar cost averaging with the bigger blue chip crypto names like Bitcoin, Etherium, etc.  Just start scaling in…low priced, high priced…so that you get a good average price over the course of the next several years.    Resources & People MentionedBullseye TradesConnect with Jeff BishopWebsite:  Twitter: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Todd “Bubba” Horwitz has enjoyed a successful career in the financial industry, which he began in 1980, as one of the original market makers in the OEX Trading Pit at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange. In addition to his career as a skilled trader and investor, Bubba has spent the last decade as a mentor and educator to traders of all levels.  As the founder and Chief Strategist of, he manages the development and distribution of market content, product development and trade ideas.  In this episode of How To Trade It, Bubba shoots straight from the hip with practical  advice on learning to trade correctly, so you can trade in absolutely ANY market conditions.  You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out, to get started today!You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[00:40] Advice for new traders[02:32] A strategy for everything[09:56] The Blow Off Pattern[14:57] Trading either side of the marketListen up new traders!The first thing I teach new traders is to be patient and disciplined. You have to wait for your trades, you can’t force them. When you try to force it, you will end up losing money. Traders, especially new ones, tend to think that if they are in front of a machine, a trade must be made. Not so! If the price action you are seeing isn’t conducive to the trade you are trying to set up, then you can’t make money. Why put yourself in that position?We start trading at 9 amEven though the U.S. Market doesn’t open until 9:30 am Eastern time, for the first 30 minutes of our trading room each day, we trade EURO currency, Gold, Crude Oil, and bonds, since those are already open. The U.S. Market still trades the heaviest volume during what were the original pit hours. If you ever watch, every morning around 9:30 am, no matter what the volume was overnight, there’s a huge spike in volume.The Blow Off PatternWe trade this pattern when there is a big news event, such as a “Jobs” announcement. The market becomes completely irrational. You get a gigantic spike in volume and also in price, either up or down.  Those two things together create an opportunity.  Resources & People Mentioned   Monday Night Strategy Call - email Bubba for accessConnect with Todd “Bubba” HorwitzWebsite:   YouTube:  the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Guy Cohen is the creator and originator of the unique OVI (Options Volatility Indicator) and the founder and CEO of the WiseTraders platform. Every single day, tens of millions of dollars-worth of stocks and options are being traded by professional money managers and home-based traders, using Guy Cohen’s OVI systems. Specializing in stocks and options, Guy is passionate about unlocking the power of “scarce information”, and his mission is to help others achieve similar success trading the US stock market. His expertise originates from an MBA in Finance at Cass Business School in the heart of London’s financial district, but his unique appeal is his ability to communicate proven concepts, empowering you to trade them yourself.  In this episode of How To Trade It, Guy talks about learning to be discerning, so you can maximize the probability of making huge gains. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today.You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[05:41] Big discoveries[09:55] Momentum[12:20] Three things to look for on a chart[18:15] OVI[24:20] Managing risk with deep-in-the-money calls[32:52] Better than the next big thing[37:05] Smart leverageEasy to understandGuy started trading stocks because of their simplicity. You have a unit in a company…if that company performs better than expectations, the shares are going to go up, and if the company performs less than expectations, the shares will go down. So, from an intuitive point of view, that’s basic information that is easy for anyone to understand. Managing riskWhether you are trading stocks or deep-in-the-money calls, your risk management is basically the same. You should use your established trading plan, with tight stops, a set-up based on the Big Money Footprints, and consider the current market conditions.  When the market is choppy, it’s wise to not be as busy as when the markets are smooth. Learning to be discerning is a critical part to achieving success.   Resources & People Mentioned The Three Master Keys of Trading"5 Stocks To Watch" FREE report Connect with Guy Cohen Website:        https://www.wisetraders.comYouTube: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Blake Morrow, the CEO and co-founder of ForexAnalytix, has over 20 years of trading experience and has been a co-owner of a Dallas-based brokerage firm and LiquidTrader Technologies. He spent over 14 years hosting a popular Forex and trading online show, “The Morning EDGE”, where he spent his day trading with and teaching other traders to navigate through the markets. Blake is a seasoned individual investor in both equities and Forex. He is a husband, father, avid golf hacker, and a proud Marine Infantryman (3rd Battalion 9th Marines, 1990-1994). In this episode of How To Trade It, Blake discusses volatility and the importance of good risk management. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today.You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[06:20] Fractionals[16:47] Size matters[31:05] The problem with social media[39:30] Weekly strategy[41:32] It’s like playing chessThe break that jump started my trading careerBy the mid ‘90s, I found myself living off of my savings and existing on Ramen and PB&Js. Not really a great place to be. At some point, my buddy and I each got $50,000 from an investor, which I quickly took down to $20,000, in about six months. Then one day, it was as if I hit the lottery. I found a stock that was trading at around $8, and it quickly went to $120.  I had some big positions and FINALLY made some money. Fractional shares saved me!  They were everywhere, and they made scalping a lot easier.  Risk ManagementLike many traders, when I first started, I only cared about the profits. I wasn’t concerned with managing risk, and I definitely didn’t have a plan in place to deal with it. With 20+ years of experience, now the FIRST thing I want to know is where my risk is. Since I’m managing a community of traders, and not just myself, I try to keep risk management at the forefront of everyone’s mind.  You have to essentially start backwards. Before even taking a trade, you need to ask yourself how much you are willing to risk.  Resources & People Mentioned Traders Summit - Register for FREE!!! Connect with Blake Morrow Website: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Jim Kenney, fondly known as The Option Professor, is a graduate of Boston College & Don Bosco Prep. He received his options training at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and several major investment firms.  Jim has traded thousands and thousands of options contracts in various markets and has educated numerous investors worldwide on the use and risk associated with options. In this episode of How To Trade It, Jim discusses the benefits and risks for both beginners and experienced traders. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today.You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[01:35] Gold![06:25} Leverage[09:00] Let’s talk about risk[10:06] The beauty of the BUY side[13:51] “Out-of-the-money” [18:39] Steps for beginners[19:54] The importance of sizing[22:22] Volatility[24:58] One-on-one training sessions[31:04] Getting your money off the table![32:36] Education is keyThe Draw of OptionsWhen the gold market collapsed, and I shifted to the stock market, I was immediately drawn to options because of the potential that I saw. You could do a lot with them…ride them, buy them, take in the cash, speculate, use them as insurance…I was fascinated and completely hooked.What is an option anyway?An “option” gives you the right to buy or sell a market at a certain price (called the striking point) for a certain period of time (called the expiration date).  If you buy an option, you must pay the premium (the cost of an option). If you are buying a call option, you are anticipating that the value of the stock is going up.  If you are buying a put option, you anticipate the market going down. Buying a CallHere’s an example…you are looking at Apple, and it’s trading at $150 per share. If you buy a call option, you are buying the right to purchase the Apple stock for a set amount of time (let’s say 90 days), and you will be charged a $5 premium.  You get the right, not the obligation, to purchase 100 shares of Apple at $150, that’s the striking price, for $5 x 100 shares…so $500 is your risk.  That is what you will pay to leverage $15,000 Apple stock ($150 x100, right?)  Resources & People Mentioned7 Best Ways to Trade Options (FREE eBook)Connect with Jim Kenney, The Option ProfessorWebsite:  https://www.optionprofessor.comYouTube:        optionprofessor@gmail.comSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Mariusz Skonieczny is the founder of MicroCap Explosions and the author of 11 books on investing.  He graduated from Indiana University in 2003, with a degree in finance.  He began his career in the residential and commercial real estate industry, as an appraiser and broker.  During the 2008/2009 financial crisis, Mariusz left real estate to focus on stock market investing exclusively.  He started trading in 2009 with $10,000.  By 2019, he had grown his account to one million dollars.  That one million became $7 million by the end of 2021. In this episode of How To Trade It, Mariusz talks about what it took to realize that kind of growth. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today. You’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[04:05] Two types of competition[10:43] Finding companies 1 by 1[13:46] Secondary exchanges tend to attract…[15:10] The problem with NASDAQ[20:15] Going to the source[24:07] MCEChoosing a good companyChoosing a good company isn’t as hard as you may think.  You do need to be willing to put in the work though. After narrowing down your choices, by eliminating all of the companies that are making empty promises or don’t have any real assets to offer, you begin to dig deep.  Call the CEO.  Talk to employees or clients.  Contact the Directors.  Learn the industry.  By doing this, you will have an informational edge that you can’t get with big companies trading on NASDAQ or the NYSE.  MicroCap ExplosionsThis research-based newsletter is invaluable, but it’s also not regularly scheduled.  In order to 10x, 20x, 50x your investment, you can’t be jumping around from thing to thing.  Giving regularly scheduled updates is ridiculous in this business. He won’t write something, simply for the sake of writing something.  When Mariusz sees a good deal, he writes it up. In this current bear market, it’s easy to find great opportunities. However, when you find a good thing, you buy it and then you sit on it…sometimes for a long, long time. Resources & People MentionedWarren BuffetBerkshire HathawayConnect with Mariusz SkoniecznyWebsite: the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Learn 5 Tips to become a Great Scalper Episode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today. Today’s lesson is all about being a high performance trader. If we want to operate in a high performance mode, we must have a checklist. It is much better to become a high-performance trader than an average trader. If we think of a high performance vehicle, everything in that vehicle that people pay attention to performance. Every single part needs to be working together to get maximum performance. Here is my daily checklist.  [02:09]Mind and Body[06:36] Prayer and Meditation[08:31] Mindset[11:26]Beliefs[12:42} Vision[14:48] Gratitude[17:47] Emotions[20:10] Execution[25:55]Thank you1.   Reading and Writing 2.  Prayer 3. Hydration and Nutrition 4.  Mindset             a.      Gratitude             b.      Beliefs             c.      Vision             d.      Emotions 5. Daily Trade Plan             a. Daily bias            b. Entry points            c.      Exit points           d. Risk Management 6. Execution–If we plan execution is the easy part. 7. Review each day. Connect With Casey StubbsWebsite: https://caseystubbs.comYouTube:   Subscribe to How To Trade ItSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Kira Turner is a full-time, professional trader of stocks and options.  She is the Moderator at The Inner Circle Trading Group, a group of experienced traders helping each other to make great trades. In this episode of How To Trade It, Kira shares the importance of being flexible enough to remain profitable in difficult market conditions. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[02:09] Changes after trading went “online”[06:36] Risk management[08:31] Success in the markets requires…[11:26] Big challenges[12:42} Time for a new strategy[14:48] Realistic expectations[17:47] Trading during a down cycle[20:10] Recovering after a loss[25:55] An affinity for “high risk” activities[31:04] Get in touch with KiraEpisode Sponsor:A new type of trading with Kalshi. Check it out to get started today. Trading onlineWhen Kira first started trading, she had to sit across the desk from a broker who took trades on her behalf.  When online trading became all the rage, trading changed drastically.  All of a sudden, there were so many more traders with sophisticated thought processes and strategies.  The moves in the market became faster and much more violent.  Where you used to trade in quarters, you now trade in pennies. And the changes keep coming, which is perhaps the reason Kira describes her trading style as “flexible”.  She has admittedly had to completely adjust her methods multiple times, based on the market’s ever-changing conditions.Success in the marketsKira believes that in order to have success in the markets you must first have confidence in your system. You have to understand sizing. And, most importantly, you must also exercise great risk control. It’s critical for long-term success to learn to size correctly and manage your risk well, so that if you are wrong on a trade, you are able to take the loss and move on.  No one is right all the time, so you must prepare for those times in advance.   Trading in a down cycleThe market has been very challenging this year, but you can still trade well in a down cycle, according to Kira Turner.  Last year, the market just kept going up and up and up.  If you had a bad trade or two, you could save yourself by simply buying more and holding on for the ride. In 2022, we haven’t been so lucky.  Kira has stopped holding as many positions, has reverted to more day trading, and is being more discriminate about which trades she’s willing to short. The crazy runs of 2021 were fun while they lasted, but 2022 has taught Kira to cut her losses quickly. It’s been her ability to be flexible and adjust to the changing market that has kept her not just afloat, but profitable, in the midst of these difficult market conditions.     Resources & People MentionedFREE Nerves of Steel webinar - September 29th!Connect with Kira TurnerSupport the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
Mark Yegge, the Wealth Architect, is a lifelong learner, author, course-creator, mentor, and fund manager. He’s the founder of Destiny Creation LLC, and he’s traded over $14-billion worth of securities. Using his experience and expertise,  Mark is on a mission to change the way we invest.  In this episode of How To Trade It, Mark talks about taking the small wins over and over again. You don’t want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou’ll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[00:42] Lessons from a Taxi driver[12:46] The 4 Cornerstones[15:28] The secret is…[22:10] The future of Bitcoin[26:43] Supply & Demand[32:46] Special offer for How To Trade It listenersFast is Slow & Slow is FastMost people just want the quick win; the fast and big money.  The better option, however, is to take small wins, over and over.  So while that may seem like the S-L-O-W approach, in the long run, it’s actually a faster way to increase your wealth.  You reduce the risk of losing large sums of money, while having a consistent income that will continue to grow over time.  The enemy Emotions are the enemy of the trader.  When emotions go up, intelligence goes down.  Go ahead and tell me I’m wrong. At Destiny Creation, we try to teach people how to get rid of or control their emotions, so they can trade from a quiet and still place.  This happens by having a trusted system in place and well-defined processes to follow.  No system is perfect, but if you follow our approach and the rules, we can teach you how to consistently make 2-4% each month.Crypto…Bitcoin?Mark believes that cryptocurrency, specifically Bitcoin, is the future.  It may not replace the dollar, but it’s probably good to have as part of your asset allocation, as it is probably the only truly decentralized crypto.  It’s never been hacked, and it’s a great option, if you want something that is going to hold its value. Resources & People MentionedJesse LivermoreWilliam O’Neil Edward O. Thorp - Beat The MarketThe Cash Flow MachineFREE eBook - Regular Paychecks (for How To Trade It listeners)Gary GenslerConnect with Mark YeggeWebsite:     DestinyCreation.comTwitter:  Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:
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